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A HOAIANUE IN R1EAL LIFE.
The End of a BhIanaLd Career--Death of
Col. V. J. Beynold, of Sumter.
CoAu'BIA, July 13.-A special to the
Daily Register from Sumter reports the
death in that county, last Saturday, of
Col. W. J. Reynolds, in the 79th year
of his ago. Reynolds, fifty-fivo years
ago, was one of the most promismng:
young men in the State and was no
for his industry, integrity and active in- t
torest in military affairs. Ho foil deep:y 1
in love with a beautiful young girl be
longing to one of the first families of
Clermont District and made suit for her
hand. He seemed to bo favorably re
garded by the girl herself, but her
parents had more ambitious views for
her and would not allow her to marry
him. Nothing daunted the young man
went to work to win a name and a posi
tion which would render him more ac
coptable to the parents. Io was elected
to represent his county in the State
Legislature, served one term with credit
and distinction, and returning to his
hore muado another etlort to secure the
hand of the girl to whom he was attach
ed. He was again refused, but after he
had been elected a third time Rrpre
sentative over prominent and wealthy
competitors the opposition to him was
apparently silenced, the young woman
promised to ho his wife, and all the
preparations we made for.the wedding.
At the last moment, howevcr, she wrote
him a note saying she had yit lded to the
wishes of her uothcr and must decline
to fulfil her engag :unt. This broke up
Colonel Reynolds's life and career.
After brooding a long time over his dis
appointment lie took for a wife a negro
girl who had been his :;hive and lived
with her to the last, regardless of public
opinion and the entreaties of his rela
tio':t. lie reared a largo family of
childi "n a'd drew up himse f a will pro
viding for them all and putting tlw'm on
an equality with his own nearest rela
tives. He left an estate consistilng of
some thousand dollars in money oad
4,000 acres of lau-, and it i.; thought
that the validity of the will will he sus
S'Tl;lII i- .-s .)I i'ION.
'rho (ergia tSlit r,nr Ti'rhou tigt lie IWouli
lut' + ISe"n a G:rea1t:enCratl.
(Fru tin e.( Aint ('nt itiion)
"'it seems straige hat men who
achieved great success in a particuhar
sphere should believe that their forte lay
in another direction, and yet they fre
(uently do,'' was the remark of a well
known gentleman yesterdly. '"11 re
was the Iato Governor Stelph ns, who
reached a high lplale Is a state'simian iiind
author, and who, certainly, was consid
ered a rucessful man w it,h a successful
career; yet Mr. Stephensi always thought
that he had missed his calling. I Ic fre
quently spoke about his mistake, as lie
was plhased to call it, aId while there
were few in his lifetime who would have
agreed with him, he nevertheless was
honest and sincere abo1 ut the matter.''
''What did ho think he should have
tried?'' asked one of the party. "'Why,
nothing less than thn seieice of war.
Mr. Stephens thought he was admiralbly
bitted to connumnd a large army, that his
talents lay in the way of strategy.
manouvring and military Iliese. li
often hinted that ('i' ntcrate camipiaigut
might have result ed di icrently iad bt
engineered them. ( )f cou'rs' , ho 'v a
aware that ho lacked te Ip hysicat capaci
ty to put iii execution his ide .. [lii
intention was that with si'met on to ex
ecuto the plans he develop-c and .lhya
great success woul follow. I h so
know that this pecucliarity 'cicu ge .- al
kncown, but it- was true 'of the 'ocld ecns~
mioner, ' a.s he liked to 1be called."
IFroma Ithe Nw YorN k Finnn feiatl ( )Cron
ie's cottoni article of .Juily 9 thce follow
ing ligures arie galtherid rehtltive to t h<
movement 'of the staple during i he pas
For the wceek endiecd Ju ly 8 the tota
receipts reached I , 2t1 'hae, agacinls
31,595 bales last week, 2,:it;I hales I hi
ri~ous week, au- 1 ,51 hcO ales thire<
weeks siince; ncakincg the totail receipt:
since the 1st SeptembeI r, I 880, 5,1941,20;
bcahes, against 5,278,897 bales for the salm
period of 1885 6, chowing a decrease sinet
September I, I 88t', of 79,! 94 hcales.
The exports for thce week rech a tota
of 18,162 b.des, of whlih 11,817 were it
Great I rite: n, tic Frace, anmd G,81
to the rest (cf the conitinenlt.
Thelc total vcisibile suppl of1 otOtlon, a1
made up by cale~ and telegraph, for th
week is as follows:
Total of GIreat Britain stock 608-,(HH
b)ales, totcal of cout.iinentl stiocks- :>c),
100--mak ing at tctal of .lKurcopie:m stck
of 1,180,100 halos. 'Il ho tohal visilbb
supply for the wcorblci 1,71 ,1:7 blelc.
of this nlumbcer 1,171 ,.558 are Ameriecal
and1( 673,10)0 Fast Indin, ec.
Thoc im)ports into cont incental p~ort;
during the week wecrc I ,00 blc) ales
Th'lese figures inidicate ani icrease in ti
cotton in sight of 20,60 bales as5 comc
pared withl the same dlate (if i88, anIc
a decrease of 5,112 bh-s as c:mca:-ec
with the corresponding~ dat(e of !8:>.
The receipth at incterior tons for Itin
week have be< n 1,72!; b ales. O ld inte.
ior blocks decreasedl 2, 29 3 blles, andcc
were 411,:5 hlS ales lesc hlum cit, the 511ne
period last year.
Tiho receip ia from th IIe plcatat ion)s,
beincg the actua:l moa vement , not incilud
ing thce overland rececip ts norii Sothern
concsumpjtioin, oif ccc to t hiat ri-ached Ithe
market through thie out1 iorts for thce
week were 1,2e 1 h alis. T1he total r
ceip)tcl ciie the Jst of Sceptembl er are
5, 18-I,39t bales. Thei act uail mlovemcenit
from the lanlt.ationcs wa'is only) 1,261
bales, the balcance being tackenc fromt the
stocks at, the intlerior towns.
Cotton ini sighct Ju ily S was 6,;-15,-i S,
hieing ai dicreaise of cottoni in ;ighct its
compareid with last yecar of 111;, 82.
Southernc sp inncIers llavie (cnsumc,ed to
dJuly I , :878,000 bacles.
ATLmA NTA, Jucly h1.- A lar::e~ pule mtceet
ig of thei leadincg citi/c-n of l~ic ic
deniotunced as a shaderi 1c I i theenor '-. t
abouitt lIhe hocngincg cf Governcorc ( ;icrdonc ic
efllgy Icy a 11)icob an ac clism baci inc lthe
city. 'Thc mecein cg Jpassed a serisc of rso
Itilons, inc whcichI they dclaire- ho t -e
men(i weire engagedcicc inc thle t-li'y lcunc,iu
i-nd thact theise thrinen wcer ac-c-cl inccc
calted ail deeplly regret ir thond Ic'c2ct
tondulll ct;ct live plicemen were 'cvni 'c ' iu
andic that thcere was cc no di.-turbansce in [c
city. Thec resiluti'cns c-low withc [m.
words: " Our ('cniblc-ce inc thc ingi c
fairness, fircmncessc andc abhl ily of thIe lnona ec
chief magistrate of Geocrgiai remacins uni
shaPkenI." Glovernor Go0rdo n said to-day
that his only regret was thcat thce fccolish1
and false dIspatches which ha:d Iceenc set
over the country had (lone the~ grilevoui
wrong to the people of D)altocnad sur
roundling country. Th'lat so far as the cmi
mutation of Hohlnan's sentencceis concernedl
be could not haive done (otherwise. Tlhe
witnesses who testifIed in thce case against
Holhnan had aince sworn that they perjured
themselvesc on the tril.
an has hard work to convinc~e hits
~wI~g~he does not own the eaihU wheu
into a bonnet stote.
W8NEIAL NW NO'rM. '
gewu of ntereat Qatehred from 'arlonas
George W. Cable is about to settle down f
i a Bible-class teacher in Boston. v
General Sheridan is conquering cock- v
ails at historic New Bedford, Mass. 1
Jacob Sharp has been sentenced to four
rears' imprisonment and( $5,000 tine. I
J. 1H. Whipple, of Young's I lotel, B3os
on, carries an insurance of $500,000 on s
Mr. and Mis. John Jaco) Astor have
tnc to their Newport" villa for the sum- t
.lay Gotld (dos not sm)kc. ile vents t
tis tendency in this dictioln to smoking
le oither fellows.
Simton (tmcrotn WilI sail for Europe next.
\'ednesday, uccotpanied 3by (Joloncl Sielt -
:e ani1(d Larry Jerome.
I )espite the efforts to roust. him, ex-Sena
or ('onger's son still holds the postollice
'ott at, Washington. t
lioot Post (1. A. H., of Syracuse, N. Y., r
nvited President and Mrs. Cleveland to
.I lge Allan G. Thurman has written a
('It (', positively declining to be a ("andlidate
or (;overntor of ()hio.
''h e nilitary elements in Sofia is tutrbu
(-nt an1d is callin ot 0 upon ,1lajor I cterolfl',
lhe new MIinister of War, to resign.
'T'ihe New' York and '1obile Steamship
.omnl .tmy was ( :'ganizr.ed in N ew York
W1fdneusday .vith :. (capital stock of ,$50,)t)0.
Chi ilera is rapittly incasing in Sicily.
() f ttie 'i)0 ('d(s :t Cataiiia 10 have proved
Quotn Kapiolali las left New York for
S: t :inisio. 'lhcre Was no icmonltr
tion at Iicr lepartltre.
A 'erii ii tornadlo and hail storm is re
i ited in I)akota. I louseS weC blow n
(lown( atnd the crops ruined.
S1 eeral of the pol ice have been arr-ted
at' W-ixftrd, IrelanI, for aIssanlts u1pon
w.olimn in ejectlig tenants.
\ige newm' bridge on the Illinois (en
ttal Iiilto:al, near ('tirago. fell on atur
df:.v :auIl killeId sven worknin.
The1 (iovr'ntncnt. has engaged a Itug to
tak' ;upplihs from Ttn'apa to the pe-rsons
tl:uattin"Ied at Egont key, h"4t.
I'ti-Imaste-r U neral Vilas, in t letltr to a
pistil clerk, tiorotiglhly lisapproves of the
prt,posred cunvention of 1051 IL ('ciks.
I''he htundredi workmen in the Swift Irnn
:11i Steel Works, of Newpirt, Ky., have
at tuck n accouit of a reluctio n of wages'
lIlthnts I . 'uryeatr, the mutird-'etre, (tf
I)inilllloh iddin oty, Va., has 1been resp itied
till Ithe 1311 August.
l ihe Educational (ouvention of ('hirag,o
\\ ieslay resolution s were introIuct-ed
urpr'I.. the pass;t!;e of the lilair bill.
(rat' riot is reported ill toui t h
Pie,htnont section of Virgitia the 'erp is
vir-t: ,lly Ietroyed.
Thei I'residient :and1 \t:s. ('h"v.-l; nl h:tv(
atrr:vtld at llollatl Pt;tnt, N. V. 1They
irc t lihe Ltests ot 11iss ('i vhltttl.
'te F.a;t 'T'('uiescc lhtilrm:tIa lditr(thor>
h:ave( di('hu'r(d a divide'nd of .1 iw"r cenut. un
the p)referred ; ':- 11:k3:ayable Augus(t I.
''. A. (lainer, of ltnyul ('c b', inlian:,
slt atndl killel his wift, hioitt Il ' Ii tnk for
:a bu:r l:tr, \l 'ndl.y nig;ht.
TI itti lion (l u(int ional A.sscl 5ition is
in -ion aI t 1i("a I"ighteen thuus:trcl
p1 - w r rs n i't' n :t thet oltling4 s' - itn.
Sn-tt:ary' i.tnt:ur w'ill l'"avt' W\"shlinctton
the- La ir p:trt of this wet-k fr txhi :wuon, iI.,
ul'n- hit twill alt d i'i c v\ the w ihtii ' of his
A ;t ot i f;" r t l i 'n lu lu tI . 'u l- It i ' e
: ' "ry'r.v i i i t < iit l :t u l th n'w (l v
rtt ., i; workie. smootly. The Gib
l ini t j: i ' i oltiitt i
ii ilt ttniw:t' d r ill, \ irgLitti. Wednles.
nt lit-ir .0u rty
Ii eI o / /a/ ewYr me
wh -' ( 1 n' Dr.tt lt-i t nn I hi-s errlii
i"i h:sI t ' -uspt endo!it pubt lii'ititionfo wt
iiI tt:lunlittl i th ii ar ti:tenti Ilit ('ir'
it Sih: ii iti1 '~ rln itlrd wit as h:t - d titt
niune ofgll xienry i lNel,co-ied iI3a
.i ('u -t i and he i ' e,i ali sI in iei
itld -iloii . Ieee :t m--~ti way u n alt i gh
ta:is'i' Iexarl :fti. -tt Tu t ~ estbymri
I'iiiTe I'mp ror ofiitt Autiaii a -i i l' n
will iet 'tni Alit lay i'i t t d ci e po
ii'ia p -v n it re.ar toI eeecin
IPriin Nt Feri n: i to the litut - m I t(hrone.
Si-i nemttt i,iiii tli'het Coir t ha rexterl if
deel. i i,m de i ng~ t heit zs'idelity lt't k ohrteri
fii'r itt 'tid. ci (h p o tiiidmgssiere inttu ted
i n, ltrienitch iCli-hir of th-putits, byta
un: dmd ustio' , ha eitrs'ui n- edt rept Ith
otretir-tite,ion of th I'>le aselei<
-in toutto elh-rte u i.i xpolda h
iCw:.huTiisar onoJ. -ve lit-ilsol
ieNr' Cerolkinad d ~ loa ly night ;t0
iil i;thy in oruned.Mcncony,ae
h e mnsn.fgnra aneso
IthIeortdhtthernrilol,u hehle hasni
s -ne aatigrlortre talnre, :li,>eur t
m:aoke el foundr :Amhsela cm nue,
Vrini Te o f irlt dis Thrett dayming
chvillr :'e - e,nrs.a a e
U.r. (Cwn Smbrbino Kebmiper ofn ew
Oir tn:Bel of the ('rhter ofmbr fythean
h it' - ' ;f ( i - -
lied at St.. Louls Thursday. lie was a
'oyal Arch Mason and Odd Fellow of high
The grand jury at Washington have
und an indictment against Oscar J. lIar
cy, former chief of the horse claims dl
ibion of the treasury department, charging
.int with forgery.
The French Chambner hais passe(d "crron's
ill, adding to the numbile'r of reginments in
ic French army and augmenting the
rength of the comnpanies of the present
'Tlhe Gentiles in Utah carried live out of
venty one listricts in the ir 1st electiot held
inee the registration undler the t(lhnunds
'neker law. ''his is said to have appallei
hie \l rlnons.
T1'wo freight, trains on the ('hesapcake
nd Ohio rairomi t (oided 'e(lnsdtiy
itght at. (raigsville, Va. Both engines v.ere
Vreckel 1111 a 1brakeinin haily luit. A
nli placed switch caused the collision.
Zachary 'I'aylor's daughittr, the whlow
>f ('olonet Bliss, is still living in W inches
er, Virginia, in goo( ht'altIi an well-pre
erved beauty. 1let 5Stcoid istand, Phil.
f)andrhlge, lictl several years ago.
''he Queen on ''hii Stay haid the foundu
1o11 :4one of the Wotniel's Meinorial statute
>f the l'rinee (ols it in Windisor 'ark.
,eVenr thousanIl l(nS) weie pie_seit.
I)etails If the ('xluiion of the liwdelr
maigaiii;e at 3a:iSi, v'w:h. on the i1th inst.,
(h(w thtit ten1 lt1in/in oldiers were kilh d
ani shvinty injur.(l, a(d iht it (m1) Iprol
irty wcorthi $2U0,UUI) was det troyed.
A (Iisas,triu n: ire c ure a11( 1 t :11 1,r(+ad
\Vay, Nev Y ork, 'Iie:iy night. E. & Ii.
TF. A\nthonyt's photugi;ph)1 in,teril .1 rei
was <lestroyed. F')ir iir'e1n1'e\' were over
eomle by the heat.
'Tlhe ( ieoriiia State 'oad lesset 's, (IIrout,h
I Pr('i' ct 1rown, have nnuo a Ihennnuul on
th(' Lt'gishalttre for h)etterm n'ltS ('51i1tatel
at. 3:,(5), t ),. 'I'he clain will bie (onte.td t.
'1T' l'1rn,"llites are tiVii to itlu((e Mr.
(il s.tone to visit 1I(i i tt in tein e:it
operation of iht' (o,rtiion Ait nol Ie ie
(ourgtsthen,i Io trip that. he wpil he' ahk'
Ai rIly o the Reui i dey g h npo.i
' (i ' ii ll: I lt:.it- h (( (1 iIti 1 '1 t( ( rll I i
t i th ' le I t ite t a t o f h I r i e n y h 'Iw e 'n ih a t t
g in'/Il.lii :ll(t the i t. I tuii is et eelb ii l
T h( tiing v 1 - I mitt ,' i I i.
r(ll l ir'm t r ehi ll"t U w' t ork o
thlir i ~ tl wa,,t". Adl it i nld f(c at
P in, :(1,n'.s 1111(h h ai '' h5', s-int Iilt t in
gia ,f the si rikes.
'to . h i tont 1a h o re o l tilh co n lt o f L ili th .
1Io1e Island, on the coa;t of N(\ t ('otiu
ll passenger' lai t tltt th( i h eemgt
lwa p n'ride l byV theii :cw, ii Oltnintt!
lht,ky :uul got dnmk.
'il i ( iG v '' :nen riii i lli fati 1 hiii
It'U lih in1tu t I t I1 ,(h:i:i . ;-;i :ii hii. e
it- II ii rt . iti (ll, d ini . 1Ii rI ti t,llt.)r n ,l
i . i(sl 1 uI f .111,1. i I ';ti lli '' i uu!i
:1n t': cs of1 ('xIen' it e of;t
Oa \lundla i p_ l ig t sing trn( 'lih h u'-t
I i :i Inl It- . n':u ( )ni li:-u .i i . i
liif Nis ibi wer ;illd v i trk
TIwI rit of ('ih 'ittib- h +m.'
I i , - ( i l i '"i V r' 1 : l , t ) " i l thl ' h s \ t t i l l I i li i i I I \ ' (
I'm-l t iil li it t1 t ( i,t t I r( ,l tl n i t n ',I ''
N ' . h, try Itr tI h illiin to I I. r . ;ilhb r
I, i. 1 itta ' n (Itpi.nIt - :i the i ! t'1 r
of i't :rt, he(:tuse .ludge I'r'- l'y, 1ittin
:t .\ 'wli r i ', , t i t"uitllt' t(al I ina r ;
illi ' l. .hI , i lt-ii .
i h I it li:ii -l' l iltr I l At ':in i t
N iu ik l iy' ar l l ! :t1' l tI t''. -I'" -)
ti of r i ,' ni :1 11th - t nc a til 'i
: " 1 - .t i alt 1 f r i '1 in hit
ho1.I I -I I ght fi i rcl; ii.
li t' ker Ip 'i i I ! P ' l:,P ilp.hi :t. hues htti
it l: tt t' m o , hip ;t ti.t . .. he ...n , .i:
jt'u' i I to aw itNI th n ,tti ,, Ih tt -r:onii thur
iiii tullNl he charg of- I iminut -a i i,'0 iii'
.\'i -i ij sp iai fI n I i ing.e P ,i t ini
tht n 0Th utin Ii ernoi on it i ;. I 1 i,1 I :
i:nh-iiii ti t li. pu itc n X i t ibii. i' Ii
Lfi:'iii t !ure,Ii tlll i ito : N kilhI i \ lh i .
u'i . Jr.,x i iitI (ihu di t: I :- ti on !. ingt
.l01 ph W .I n l as f- i(hh I p 1I ( , .
Aof \\e ohe ty.akeh. ,-h < es an.d
aty, o whivee .n, t p. :aiieanl m)l'i(1L.
.n a Piano $1 ('o. leli amibane Io
Urn. )er,oNew, frhe sigfe.h, at ou
iemi-r epoth Fitn tayd that iarl
nd freigh oth agualis in iolt ai factory.
Writil .forvcic xnl in: o ilb .b
the dhart followar bt .homer g)-t
burg Setenier. ) ir ighu i.
Over the lattice there clambered a vine
Its tendrils in arabesque tenderly clung
To the cool slender bars in the ahade of the
''hat sheltered us there where the song
As sweet as a rose in the pale pink and blue
Of her thin fleecy robe, with a bud in her I
As fair as a tropic bloom fresh with the dew,
hhe mused by my side in the cool morn
Ilow did it happen? I really don't know,
l cr lips were like rosebuds-sore tempted, i
I fell- r
0/,, n/mdq/ saw r us!"-I started to go,
When a wee VoiCe-' 1 seca 'uo un' I'nt t
(kin' to tell."' t
Wonder if dentists ever extract cube roots?
I )ry toast-A toast at a temperance meet
In the drama of life the clerk plays a
"Yes, my son, yes un is the future
tense of due."
When is a man not a ii"? When he
turn, into a lane.
'lie man who wears tight boots never
trembles in his shoes.
To a contented m1indli a closet is eqfuatl to a
It demois a giant's strength to subdue
the weakness of love.
Tle ore yon collar and cuff a Chinaman
the better he likes it.
Fonmerly the foolish virgins had no oil;
now the foolish virgins are too.free with the
Wh by at man bo(;t"4 his dog lit muerely
shoes his lien has never been precisely (le
WL"ni lad!s with gripings sore a'bused
Will of the alept,l green partnJ(e,
Jim A. K Ginger introdu("edt
\V ill be to festive lk1le 1E. A'lce.
ba is hird to nake a bad act.r or a bad
:r r'tw well without a gr'(at- deal of
'ii i lior who wrote ''''here.is beauty
in ( xt reline ol age,' pro ably neie r tackled
an .n;vI'-IIUrSeI egg.
Iher' aue llen who do not w?'rnt to be
I' iienI. jIst ar there are young women
-i w'h don't want to get married.
I How shall 1 stiif a deer's hcMl?' asks
a (irrespOnI lcnit. StuftT it with t:afy and
tiiialroI' p, you simpleton.
'The phi a-e "blind as a bat'' should be
revi-,s s as to readl "blind as a bat after a
It is not m irrly the indivihual, bmt soci
(ty. that sa tiers by every idle, every teolish,
every m.n)1n. and (very unjust man.
l'ricnship is very poetic and ronantii',
:cia t t but is a general thing when a
nttn w:ata" to horrow ten dollars he will to
it h i c ,wg -s to an an(ttuaiI.tan(ct.
i-l it is t,uirht to live upon lit;tle owes
nc.n ' hi.- tat hir': wisdom than he that
a i e:t deal left himt does to his father's
Th1 ,.tre. it is said, was originally sug
-td Iby ti h unt hu\, This is prolthly
the nr on thi, itat beaus havc been such liars
I r I in(i .
A r;ii guirls rolled into one vould not
h c ait il- ctf the vanity of a maui whose
S 'a,t :uid whose old age has not be
. i 'ii- vcred that a mtont.h's work in
r r c,c it c-i sit. her" h:uud by one size of
"-vi. :cIt lhe (uit. working faster Ihan
v"cc: i cuhl dro11 a hat.
:anc the ''hundred best. hooks'' the
it bcook nlks lirst. If it is .sulleiently
rc lta,t t lere will he no dilliculty in seleet
\'hmt is the bet way to manage ai
in'lw: i nks afenumiilne corresup(ond(enft. Them
budn:i kniow youi ire trying to inianaige
\i no chint whlo wvantedt to matrry' every'
r! hei inet? wasi- acjudlg(<t inisane.
I e -i.-:ineu i,nu't ii:iiur:l. If the mler
U uwer :u-u t lie homely girl.s then hi
laivierstr:s'w wonin.i~ whi bielievedl
ha b w s T h luck ini haviing h ird Ily
ii' t- Oaw, ulba-ui a ctana ry hint .inl, and
n a iis upset and broke a teni-dlollari
( - "o i sit is aivluable prevenitive,
'i 5 nie nn-iasiure a remedciy for all1 blood
itlitili lift-, onlail prevenitive oif fer'
5 which-l are present in biloodl diseas.es.
>i cul'lsIt thoui liut. kniow
a what a ideep devoitedness oif woe
I ti by ab i sencee, t 'er and o'er again
uniiLii at thee, stil thee, till thought
\1 isn iarly, like a drop that niighit and
Fal ie a :uul eeinseless, woire my3 hewart
'iuAmn - i: TE tA unt to .1r~adstreet's
s -hiowi ratheri. mlore~ thma. alprop)ortionate
r oino of general triado throughout the
eounitr'y, especially when we take into
croisideration the intervening of a holi
iVy, Itie hot weather, tile midlsummer
seasonii, the ianniual or' serni-annual stock
1aking, anid the incident checks to ae
iviiy in idiustrial linies. In New York,
[L,toin. I 'hiladelpia and Baltimore,
ada'ii itgstapile marlket.s halve beenL quiet.
I )r-' igooads ini Easterii cities have been
ull i, boa . and shoes fairly active, and
iathtrir <iniet. At I>'ittsbuirg general
ra<h. 51 hasiecn fair oly, and prices have
beenl dil. No specialh features are re
jiit'-l hummu ( )iio and1( Indliana cities.
The' fo il Iirudie has begun at D et,roit, how
e-vr, lind the moi(v(-eent of goods is bet
ter h ihani it wii onIe year ag >. Chicago's
v'ihiilr (it tr'ansportation equals, if it
bioesii not exci ed, t hat of thtu prieeding
week, an ord(ers5 ini leading lines are no
iceably on1 the incerease(. At Ilurlinigton,
Iw, butsmi tess isi imlprovmlg. St. Josephi
reporits th iihtuation saitisfacetory- and(
b etter' thiaii last yeos, thloughl the volume
is siundler thain a wecek ago, while Kani
so Cityv's tradle mlovemeunt is good, eveni
b rish, mi stiiple lines, except in grain.
New (>)rleans and Galveston likewise
itn hfmoiirab le repo(rts, due largely to
liavarale erlopitl prIospictsi. Leaidinig
uii oneiy markl'letsar ilCiuito active. New
\iirk reports less stringency, and( rates
ioriiiid, liut Boston and1 Kansas City
lbiaiker.s <iu ote higher rates of dlisicount,
with demand exceeding availablet suip'
lplies. Th'le Western denmand for moving
the crops hits begun, bat all linies of
t-rade aru 1borr'owing more freely, notice
ably at Chicago.
Iirhibitirn 5 thei chief topiit of coinver
o iin the streets iif Anoder.son,.
D elienite D iseasies, atfect ing
mtie i r leinude, hiowever'i inucedi-i, speeitily
andt peri- nulyui 3 cuired. ltiustraited hook
tor Itt cnt-s ill sliuinhs. "Woirldh's D)ispen.
s-ii- Aleical1 A ssi ibut n, 663', Main str'eet,
laitf:io, N. V.
Last TIhutrsday thue miiissing negro hioy,
'l',ii Ilaston, wais found neiar llodge.s and
brouht i bitalck to Albbeville. JIe had run
an uy from home, lie says, because Wash.
Roiinjsoii, v. ith whom lie hivedl, ilitreated
'Two large wvhitooak trees in 31rs. Cle
land's yard, near Bush P.iver Church, New
berry, were struck by lightning last week. I
One stroke seems to have gone, up)wards I
anid tIme other dlownwards, for the splinters
were turned in opposite directions on the
two treet,. Two children plhaying in the
yard were severely shocked.
THE TORKID WAVE.
Iowe Remarks by the tIlerk of the WVeather
No Hopes of Immediate Itulief. c
WAslN(:'rTON, July 14.--The torrid o
veather which has prevailed in nearly ti
ivery section of the country during the past, i
veek is not due, the signal ollice says, to t
lay exceptional causes, and no relief can be a
)redicted at present. '['he weather. how- ti
ver, was considerably cooler to-d:ty in t
one parts of the U nited States than yes- Ii
orday. During the past 24 hours the temn V
)eraturo has fallen from 6 to 12 degrees in (
Vestern Dakota, Wyoming, Montana ?:d f
;olorado. A 'cool wave has also made 1
tself felt in Northern Texas, Indian 'Pter I
itory, Arkansas and Louisiana, wheri 1i
Irop of 4 to 20 degrees has occurred, al.
hough the thermometer still hovers around
he eighties. The waIrU weather has also
)en broken in the Lake Superior reg ion,
'ennsylvania, New lork and the New
fngland States by a reduction of from 4 to t
18 in temlperature. The heat coat nue s
.inabated in Kansas, Nebraska, Iowai, Min.
nesota, Eastern Dakota and the South At
lantic States. Fort Sully, Dakota, at :
'clock to-day, Washingtoni time, enjoyci
the hlistinction of hcin te hottest plac
in the United States, witl the thernonleter
at 102. iIuron, 1)ak., and Atlanta, (.,
followed with !8; Notth Platte, Neb., )u
buque, Iowa, lndiaiapolis. Ind., Lynch
burg, Va., and Norfolk, V., with t6, aid
Columbus, Ohio, Louisville, Ky., i
Dodge City, Kan., with tit. in Wshinlil
ton the maxintimu teiiiperature was t)-t.
The coolest section of the country to lay
was the Lake Superior region, and I )ulut h.
Dlinn., returns a lower temperattire tilan
any unclovated city in the l )~ited States,
namely, 56. The weather has also bun
very comfortable in New -ngland aInd
Northern New York. At Eastport, It.,
the thermometer registered iti, and at Os.
wego, N. Y., it was but 2 warlier.
Did The+y lUll the Wrong 3\ann
A. special dispatch from ('hnrlotte. N.
C., says that a case was coiichille)l on Sat
day in the Swain County Court with-li
ahounIed in maniy pCliait intidnI .
About a year agO Aaron Ire iamn, a ttun"
farmer of that county, killtd a n(ighb .
naned Sherman Welsh, by s.bding hit
with a barlow knife. Ingran tlieu di;:apt
pear(d and was not heird of . nh:t
months. The slheritY ot tin " :tt . w ho
was a cousin of the murtdered man,
ized a posse to go in pursuit. They , .n
the track of the nurderer in abunto c .
Ga., atnd followed him down th(rou TJoe
coa, Danielsville and Washin,ton tom u
gist a. At the hatter plaCc thy ticeLbutd
they had captured their man tno put him
out of the way. W ien the str was toid
in Swain cotnnty people hltieved it. Dr4. ,
Ward, an uncle of the fu,itive. at oo t
started on horseback to traver.e tin- .le!'
route, and stopped over night with Ci l. I).
V. Meadows, of l)anilIsville, ;a., whi
rendered hint valuable as-ist ice. hI
result was the discovery of a dreapiit dj
bodly, which the (4ld man took to bec th::lt tl
Aaron Ingrain. A diligent suarbc, hi
ever, failed to locate tlie Ihe:ol. lT: tat
of the matter was that Ingriun lad give
his pursuers the slip 1intl madIt his vat
arross the country to the Indian Tcrritor
There he fell into the hiantIs of two uid
citizens of Swain county, who had ta d
of the murder and the reward of ; .t f or
the murderer's capture. Ingrami resist& t
arrest, was shot down, and lin>etred 11
tween life and death for sever:d wutks h
fore he could lie brought o k to wi::
county, where his trial began hut 'Ihurs
day. Col. Meadows was broti hit alt tht
way from Georgia to conduct the" case,
and secured for his client a verdict of inan
slaughter, for which he was only sentcne'
to seven months in jail.
TIhere is nothinig more antissinag to
people who know, than the preteioniti
and conceit of those who oily thin
they know. A long time u, when i
theme were sonie slaves even in Newx 1-:n
gamnd, oiie tof th tcele bit ies of I.:s
W indsor, (Con n., was "'Ih>etor' Pr ini,
a larigc, tinec-h(okinlg negro. lie i:oi
bieen the slave of a ditnuse phi
eian, Dr. Wolcot, who resitied "i ait
Witlio'or, on the west side of the ( on
Pr-iintms was em ployed by ihis ma:steri
to prleptar melldicines'amd t'o atteiid himij
in his visits from house to hlous-. I ho
proved himself to be so able an! so
faithful that the doctor, ini gratitu de for
hiis seivices, gave him ihiiis freedomii.
The negro's attend aancc on his n stemr
andi his explerioee in mi ximg drungs ihad
giveni imil a l ittle iied ieat knlOwled!ge,
whiiich lie deternuined to Ilurn to hiis owna
aceont As soont as he beenmeo a free
miian, lie moved oveor to th ti heri i sidue of
thle river,-'and, announ0111cinig h us t.is
"DI octor P'rimnuts," ''aid in a smal sI . -k
of drugs, and wvaiteil for' pa tienits.
TIhey camne, for Primuos wvas respected,
and thteiro was no oitther ph'ysic i:n in
then village. As business grewi, Pri i ums
One day), he was sent fit' to visit a
sick child in Plitluonnoch, on the weY
side0 of the river and1( beyond wmr hc' iis
old mlaster lived, IIe went, and on hii.s
return called upon D r. WAoleott1, whoil
gave hiim a hearty r'ecep tioni, anad asked
whlat business had brought iihim across
"O( h,"' answered Prinmo s, a lit the in
flated, "I was sent for' to see thte cii of
onur o1ld tneighibor at P'O<luionn oik ; bt (
tohIli te mothter tha :t thier-o was not hinii
very serious5 tile mat01ter, and t hat she
need not lave senit so far for a phiysi
eiani ; thaet you would i aveflnswY ,a
as wellt."-'-- Youth'.s Compsanion.
flowi is it that thie p(ophi who alle so
pt'rs stontI ini giving adv','ice areC gen eral
ly the ones who nced it molls? E.iy
at roet cornier hias a crowdi of ab!. 1-bodie lI
loafersa who never cold( mai:ke a living,
tbut every leafer ini thieer'owdi a rep
itory of aidvico and iniforman t ion as to till
best w'ay fir you to inl:te a ling.~
Thecre is tile fiend wvho tells y,oii thitat if
y'ou wVould~ quit smo1k ingl l'i''rs ',t
wouLI ptave $84)0 ini ia yea. 1 ii bas te
figures and statistitcs to pirovl it, andi
pintif wvith pidto to the fact' tha't lhi
doesR i ot chew or' smolke. WhIen ilon
ask hiii if lhe saves $300u a yea hy hi
abatitience lil will be oblig''c toi admi t
blushiigly tha&t the never saw .-Th)0 in
his l ito amid woildi feel irichi if you wold
leil him a quarter.
Theii manm whol has failed at ever'ythiing
troll pound11h ig sand to sawinitg wood is
ahlways thie tine willo can tell how a gov
ernmen1111t should1 be operated, lie cnn
show olul'tsively tthait if lil wore presi
rienit everybodty would be irich amid hat
pyim t hree mionthisI, but lie cannot sho1.w
.'i1ncl'-.iiely fliat l'n is of any us1e ini tho
ivori'h fur t her' thlan to conso tim)'~t pois
onls anid keep bier from growing staoh,.
A illan of brain.s an bu1 msiniiess never'
tends time adyvice of tiese mloral wmreek.s
trnt swhen it, is forced upon)I hiim uinm
,'itedl it cnn scarcely be wond(eredl at
hat he0 sighs for tile absence of the fool
ciler.--St. Louis Whip.
Any hon)Iorab)ly-dlischar iged soldIier or
ailor in time hlot wvar is entitled to
)trial ini a national cemetcry, and the
~overnitmnt boars tile cost~ of inter
T1he late Mrs. A. T. Stewart loft jewels
worth ov"r three-quarters of a million.
[t will be observed thatsheo left thoem.
(ieoerul i'lckett( Widow.
RlirMon, July 10.-Capt. E. P. leev(',
clmmander of PIckett's Association, has
coived a letter front Mrs. Pickett, widow
f the late Confederate General who mae
te famous (ettysburg charge, returning
annks for the courtesies extended to her at
le recent Gettysbur g reunito of Federal
nd CnfederatC so il'rs. ''As a result of
te reunion,'' sihe says, 'the litterneaF of
'2 past are hut'it'ld n1 the brave antd loyal
('arts of it'hiI1 Nortlh a11(1 South are tirinly
'meinted1 in ItIe bu)n18 of ut ion ltnder the
hi Sntrs itllll Stripes, the ('il)lci of our
Itl1e'rs, 111 1. difei0fn'e for which at home
nd t1n fore'i;nr soil the So n1s of the SouthtI
e oh1' t :e 't v:iiantly as iitler our loved
oh( hr' islleL Si:tr.s aInd J1)rs, 11W laidl
way, .'aCc 12 oly) to men('itorI"y.".
t'.(';" it l2 .litt i i l.
" i i ni l(' ep i n i: ;r:liti. i t :1( 11a tr 111
11 ' 11 t ' l ut:l i;t I t;rr"tt p1 2 '1
line (,CI1 :n , of 1' ! ' l ltiS', \iI. , IIow
1.v11n througi this tatc ini :1 hug1
Irawnvi by\ tw\o htrse S, Ithi n1 t, re'ceiVe(
tmy favti' s at the1 h:1114 I ulr p o' -. ai',
1C is a1 better ('(Inly o' he' iutlh. "' hlil,
1IrC hie I:ilke<l ve'rv lr(r!Vh :la u rebels andl'
1a1n11 dlil I' ne.'..1(hnu thI(rnI[tl 11nd Ill r
1pos+tle"s of iaIte to he skhit;. lil , lw
lon't tink thme S!nuth w:, wh"lipp1e11 hI:0
(\(uh1i jusl t'Out puti he(r ini Im01. \i .
th I Ith 11111' of this 11m1 is i b liu .
llnd w ll h lop thle in'SS of t1e2StatC wil(I
hiinl 0211,11 IIII
Myue:'e luas heelt aver y Curi'otlis 01ne
llr abOtut hiirtc'n'en years. At intrrals of
ab)outt OI1 we"('lk1', I wvoult i be attacked w ith
p('lls of . Cverc ild nlvsi CXer'icistigi
11'int, always connuen('( cing1I (ll inl the r'gllli
oi my k1(+iJ oy. h'l1e patin would h '.
upwar11S a'd 122 1ll et IH,y lity(t . a12 eat d '",
and( 51(01n1d to I lneItr'ati) my \'. rv e.,'
Ilstg al bout eight hours each 1pel.
1 1('wrt(0e il (l (kid of meii lt
;vit11o:u luwnl it. ) vCr l loelo trl'.t('li
lity Catse, h11 100 ';aVe rteli '1 .1 l11nally
uied i . t. i. '.:' 2 'X 't1i ,n nt, t11d to
mlty uittr(' :,to11ismi enl It al 1p.2t a)( sIll
('frinlg '111ihl'l a1iter 1ing22' t11r')e doses.
'I'o th' )reseIt timeI I a ( 1:. u. ad thlro(
2t tle", 111d no.t a pi tl11a 2 ver')' r'turn2 -
t. d l2 do2.1 know in :tt WOuO the nlat,te'r,
neithe(r COlI Iny) phy\:eilint na:l t' the,
t''ii 12 i: . '.The1 .11. 1 . . a 2. 'tt lineiv
.n11( poW('rlUlly u11o11 my lidhi(''y:; ll V
alppt it' his 1(0 11 S11en(1d1 and muy ('i2
,"tituiti, l lt ul r' qi'dly.
I . '' t \1.\ ,
(onlstu, itiot, (2 ., :11y (, i' 1 .
Uimp1aChld Intf 't',
1 tll 5 '. 'V:: ;w : i'' I ' tarl
., 2, :V; n -s2
''C , 2nd ' I~ l1:'me :n 1 I y 2. i 1 .
;an t. f , I (nd 22 hm1 : i' bI ll
''2 ll2t2 ..t2 22..t21 it _ 121 (''li('2 '''' ;tl! i ' 1
, 1 C to2 1211 1212)l io "l1 ll'V 'O 'il.,(2112
(t 'il i) 'L'' i '' i I II! , 2 li ' 1't' 2 i' l: t
l(2 c ltivly Iid. 2 (22 ll22b t rea'.'' '..22
I , i t l iIn !, '. I h2 2v,2 t::, '
t 1 . I l i !l : r(1b0 1 . r , :tre l n'1b1
222222 to :i"211, .l: t:!1000 it ll :tlu)ti '2l
I V . . , ' " .11,11 , 1'.i t :ll12 ' i0 :11 Ii'
1 l:l' L e:'h, In 'n a i V
i1i1 '2 1 ' 2I2'. ti 1 i i ' n. 1 i v
I, i. (' 22212( ' .1 i. 2(1 le.: ' t 1; It C (
I tl'e:'222 ,) '1 . 1 0. ' Ill ' 21 l".:. II li2 ' v
1 i I ' i t t ( . i l I1 . ' t 1o. a
(, '.\ 1 ''O t III ' .; \ ; . ;L2l ( t ,
i2 2, id:(2121b
i t (22 :l . 1un. t -,
. often o o i t
( 112' 222't2 2
''a2..-2h.ug l '. .
'I erII fee t.i igintu
D122. 22' G of leterfals, ty In
GR e at1'h1.'dr a 2 1't 1.tel
NU ,'.t/.ifY rnuningcs
j r~~ -"21loubml extnt in
'L'12"' "\r" itriod En7.no
d antee dAs
No olyshrtnsth taundof layng
anIesn h p. C, bu i ghtatly
3nthradcii :udoue xtentOhn
mothr i a ondu100luo fth rip hod70
is pecly ecoery an lS aby ton
Flodin, Cnvula aret od er
abamin nynptnt " l s lt y gt "
Tun M -H'.' F orn or rua
W cnnot l ubhor2nll ther12rae 2t con
ingi the deth'(hy 1.2f it Itrie r lYt
andIorot l, "OTo'' Motherg2.," mIlled ferg
n=.rt2t2 Ry. t2tf2... I': 7 I
Q I r
CURulS ALL. RUMOR",
'rm I c )lnon Ilotcly, or Eru tl,on,
u tih wor't 1terofula. Salt.renr,
" Fever .. 8oreM,'1 Sealy or oug
Skin, in hort, all dIseUses causod by 1aQ
iluud are, co nuered by Ihis powerful purl
'!ngK,ol in\viu-rating unedicino. reat
Iating Ulcors rapidly heal under 1t8 be
tixn intluence. Es1ecirlly luma it muanifeeted
t6 Potecy l tuIrimn Tettr, 11o30 Rash,
IOoile, tiarbit a(le', Sore Eyes, Scrof
ulous Sores andt SWelling, RIP-y
Poiut Disease, wIdito Swe'illins
I.oitro, or Tlick Neck, anid Eunlarged
G,latdt. Seil tcen cetnts in stanilps for a
lIrgo treattie with colored plates, on Skin
I)i3Secs, or ti)110 ame alount for ai treatiso
llln 'erot'l1ous AitO("tiotls.
" TlI E 111001 IS TilE LIFE."
i'horoughly ehntse it by using Dr. Floree's
Goldeat ledical Discovery, and good
I igestlou, a fair slita, buoyant spir
ite, and v ital stregth, will be cstablished.
whv!ch Is Scrofnla of thao Luangr, is ar
r,ld ,nml eured.i by this romnedy, If taken be
I ,re the last silg(s of the diseaso are reached. ,
imI iits ;ivlIiIoIlS pnwer over this terribly
'11 IIisiUs', whv en first otT(ring this now
I" -brtii r"mn"dy to the public, Dr. PI,ncE
1:t"u;;h,t sr'iousi. of calling it is 4COx.
tunptiou Citure'' but. abandoned that
,1 ,1U : to) Iin'ttltt for a n("dicine which, 4
ii' its 1 'nd Frifuii :ihimtittn of tonic, or
naw I : an i -' m' tloud-eleansing,
. 'ri- 'Iu ; !. i n itltive proper
1t , i mm I h'i i tlI (o il. 1s a r'ui dy for
r 'n un I i1, lot j i' u)1t Cliroic Dis.
:1l S t': ll:b
ver, A, nd Lungs.
If you 11 lt d. Tw"vy, dclbilitated, have
6at1ov CuIu I ' *,, II ylowIII\ish1-brown spots
Onl hUaC nr 1"".1y, trt"<il"-it headauche or dizzt- t
t'', b;l:I t:t;, in nuuutit, internal heat or
clil?, l' n lniit ilt h hot tllihltes, low spirita
nod1 1 'uly It t)(ini1iS, it'rregultr appetite,
utl (;,:ti IT+, /11, yul arl sutl'ering from
Ini.iii(r,n(r, w!t pepMin, an1d Torpld
Li\"Cl, or "'i!11 -ottness." In muany
ra:;inly part .i th<t a i,ytniptom are expe
ri , c 1. :1. :, i 1iv 1to f o l suct caerS,
r1. f, I"r(e"t (:olden Medical Die.
covey('t"3 is unI1-rIt'p:I t 11.
lot W ':iIa ,trns, Spitting of
TUoo.., ?'hm,i it:'"' o' 1irenttit, 111"on
lIhit l:, Aslt bi rt, St 'e Couglas, and
.,tu!r11d PueittI ln:, it i,; a l ('lliint remed(1y.
.n iv 1)tn'a(s;.'s. Lt $1.00, or SIX
rG tA; for 1.0.
I li" ''nt III ,thulfs fur Dr. Pierce's
' "! 1;: on s'an tlunwtionl. tl'lir'tsi ,
Warb,tN Ii s 1pt'stttry Pled'hln Asso- ,
cl. I C) I) (i b laint tlroOt, IiUIF'A1.o, N. Y. A
I :/" is otY'crdl by the prorictors
' i nt' 1r. ttge'sCatalrrh temedy
\ _ IIr a cilsi of eutarrh whticht
' r. tIhL y calnt (IrC. If you
- i1avc at dlischauge fr,Tu the
utTrnsivm' (r oth1Irwis(", partiatl loss of
" 1 1), Iait, <wr hearin1g, wcak cyes, dlull pain
:: pr 1un ii hi: , youll have (Catarrh. Thou
,I; i .t' t"a't' t,"rmin::t( in consum p tion.
)r. Saim' '4'AAl 111(11i itM1:)Y cures the worst
l (of tt:rrlt, '' Cold lit the Head,"
u1d Catarrlal lleadache. 50 centa.
-- ATLANTA, GA.
COTTON G1NS and PRESSES,
Co n nLf !,c( I. ' :) u, Cotton 'ed
Slinta- , ( ... : i.is, Sa' , tIly,
' l N.(Ll E Co., Atanta,oCa
AT2 T i '
L L A T
1iiJ nlt. I ar'. IIlii lat cottIon Expol
Iii'. 'i Ila~. )alt T4,11 s,andOharles- t
E. Van Winkle & Go.,
Jiox 83, Al TLANTA, GA.
TH ONLY TRUE
A R ON
Wiprifyllthe RLOOD re ulate
- ioLIVER iii d KIDNEYnn
. 0OR of *YO UIiTH1) 1.yper bin,WnnIt
of A pTetIitE. Inds irio.iin,Lack of
Stllr.ongth und11 Thod, Feeling inh
- solu1TulIy ('nred: plonie , liuns,
fori o En11( livons(T thnII 1nind
nad11 suppilies iIrin Pownr.
----- iulfringi. frorn colil ilnintsl
TONTOnnf nTi 'lIlly cniri. GTiveTsnclar, bonl-11
no0 1T- pin t (11 LIT.t the(11( O llNAL ANI, h1JLlT.
(Dr. HARTE R's LIVER PILLS
('uro1 (onsltipat lon,L IVerI 2omprlint and1( Siok
J('idne:,I. tir.mpeI 1Dono1 nnd1 Dream hook
iT:dIld on rccipt O f two cents in plostngo.
THE DR. HART ER MEDICINE COMPANY.
St. Louis, Mo .
C \'TA\ WJt\ CO1UNT1Y, N. C.
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(lure1 Tor I''iitIr - 1111 e ne LtI0and the roi>rti -l
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